This immaculate detached house with large gardens is a picture perfect family home, ready for a buyer to move in at a moment’s notice.
The three bed detached house at Kiltiernan East, outside the village of Kilcolgan, offers an abundance of space, both indoors and outside, but still has room to grow, making it perfect for a homeowner looking for something long term.
A welcoming warmth prevails throughout the house, evident in every part of its design and decoration, from the bright pastel coloured walls to the floors of bright wood or richly coloured carpets.
The ground floor of the house consists of the main living room, a stately study/library, a large kitchen and dining area, utility room, and a guest bathroom.
A set of French doors just inside the tiled entrance lead to the main living room, which centres around a beautiful stone feature fireplace with a fitted stove. The candelabra style light fittings and hardwood floors help build the elegant atmosphere of the room.
The large open plan kitchen and dining area makes it a wonderful hub for the home, easy to move from cooking, relaxing with a book or in front of the telly, to family dinners around the one table, all in the same room.
The kitchen maximises its space with modern fitted countertops and storage units on both opposite walls, and tiled walls around the appliances and work spaces for easy cleaning.
Adding even more workspace to an already large kitchen is the utility room, which features its own fitted countertops, appliances, and fully plumbed sink.
The ground floor also features an impressive Study room, something that is increasingly valuable to have when working from home is more prevalent than it has ever been.
If you don’t need a room for working in, it is still a spacious ground floor room which could be converted to another use, such as a bedroom for a growing family or guests, or another living area.
The three bedrooms, all large enough for double rooms, are located upstairs. All of the bedrooms are carpeted for comfort, and one comes with an ensuite fitted with a shower.
All of the bedrooms make good use of light through large and well placed windows and skylights.
The property, which sits on a 0.25ha site, only becomes more attractive outside. To the front of the house is a well maintained lawn and driveway with lots of off street parking.
But the back garden is where its character truly shines through, in the mature greenery and flower beds that help break up the space, creating a wonderful place for children to play and explore.
The property is ideally located to take the best advantage of the stunning countryside of the west of Ireland, while still being within easy reach of towns and cities.
Just five minutes away is the village of Kilcolgan, and Galway City is just a short drive beyond that. Despite being surrounded by green fields, it’s also located just off the M18 motorway, granting east access down to Gort, Ennis, or Limerick.
Off the beaten track, this area is in the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way, whether you follow it up past Galway City into Connemara, or down south towards the Burren.
Built in 1999, the house has a reasonable C2 BER energy efficiency rate. The asking price for the property is €350,000.
To make an enquiry call O’Donnellan & Joyce at 091 564 212, or to see more check it out on their website at odonnjoyce.com/residential/brochure/kiltiernan-east-kilcolgan-galway/4478648.